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Australian navy crew from an MH-60R Seahawk helicopter have been rescued

Three crew members have been safely rescued after a Royal Australian Navy MH-60R Seahawk helicopter conducted an emergency landing in…

By Trench Times , in Australia , at October 14, 2021 Tags: , , ,

Australian navy crew from an MH-60R Seahawk helicopter have been rescued

Three crew members have been safely rescued after a Royal Australian Navy MH-60R Seahawk helicopter conducted an emergency landing in the Philippine Sea during a routine flight on Wednesday night, a Department of Defence statement confirms.

Three crewmembers of an Australian navy MH-60R Seahawk helicopter are safe after ditching their helicopter in the Philippine Sea during a routine flight overnight.

An Royal Australian Navy helicopter carrying three crew members has ditched in the Philippine Sea, Defence Minister Peter Dutton has confirmed. The three personnel were rescued by the HMAS Brisbane, sustaining only minor injuries.

What people are saying?

Gjmelio_ Whether these “accidents” are caused by rogue foreign powers or not, what is absolutely clear is that piloting any vessel or aircraft using remote and/or auto technology that can be hacked into, is unbelievably irresponsible.


Stephen Samson
Successful outcome. Metal and glass can be replaced, lives can’t. A great result for the crew members and their rescuers. Families back home relieved no doubt.

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